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Using Open-Source Build Tools in a Professional Environment

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Using Open-Source Build Tools in a Professional Environment
Christopher Seidl

The open-source CMSIS-Toolbox offers new ways of working on embedded projects. It uses CMSIS-Packs for device/board support and access to reusable software components. The operation is controlled via intuitive csolution project files in YAML format. The build engine CMake/Ninja calls the C/C++ compiler toolchain that generates the build output. In this session, professional developers will learn how to use the new project format in an IDE integration, and on CI and MLOps systems.

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Erwin
Score: 0 | 2 months ago | 1 reply

Hello Christopher, as you mentioned there are integrations for ARM Compiler, ARM GCC, IAR and CLANG. As I've seen from the list this are all cross compilers for target code. Are there any plans to support dual targetting by adding support for Windows or Linux compilers?

ChristopherSeidlSpeaker
Score: 0 | 2 months ago | no reply

Hello.Erwin,
I'm not sure if I understand your question correctly. You are asking if you could compile the code for Windows/Linux systems? If so, no this is not planned. We are talking about mmicrocontrollers here, not microprocessors.

cijart
Score: 0 | 2 months ago | no reply

very useful effort.

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